Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access.

Tea, coffee and chocolate, At T. Boot's Warehouse, No. 212, in Piccadilly, the Corner of Eagle-Street; Where the Nobility, Gentry, and others, may be supplied with some fine fresh Teas, Coffee and Chocolate, on the most reasonable Terms, for Ready Money only. He further begs Leave to inform them, although the undermentioned Prices may appear considerably cheaper than the usual Charges of like Commodities, yet he will warrant every Article sold at his Warehouse to be of the best Sort, and Nowise damaged nor adulterated in Order to reduce the Prices. s. d. Green Tea, 5s. 6d. to - 6 0 Ditto, much better - 6 6 Speckled-Leaf ditto - 7 0 Best ditto - - 8 0 Good Bloom, 8s. to - 8 6 Hyson Tea - - 9 6 Very good ditto - 10 0 Fine ditto, 10s 6d to - 11 0 Very fine ditto - 12 0 Superfine ditto, 14s to - 16 0 Jamaica Coffee - 3 4 Best Barbadoes ditto - 4 6 Turkey ditto - 6 0 s. d. Bohea Tea - 4 4 Best ditto - 4 8 Congou-Leaf - 5 0 Good Congou - 6 0 Best ditto - 6 6 Souchong - 7 0 Good ditto - - 8 0 Fine Pekoe, 8s. 6d. to - 9 0 Superfine Souchong, 10s to - 11 0 Chocolate - 3 6 Best Plain ditto - 4 4 Sir Hans Sloane's Chocolate - 5 0 Best Cocoa Shells - 2 0 N. B. Best Padre Souchong at 11s. which is usually sold for 12s. - Hyson at 10s. 6d. usually sold for 12s. Any Person purchasing 3 lb. of Tea, or upwards, will have an Allowance.

Boot, T.
Date
1790?]
  • Books
  • Online

Online resources


About this work

Publication/Creation

[London : s.n., 1790?]

Physical description

1 sheet ; 1/12⁰.

Contributors

Publications note

ESTC T150358

Reproduction note

Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


Permanent link